the senior client graduation magazine is here!

      

 Extra extra! Read all about it! This year's hottest Seniors are hot off the press! Feature your High School Seniors in their own 8 page special issue magazine that is all about them! The magazine is the little sister of the “first of it's kind” Wedding Day Client Magazine, and it's the ultimate High School Senior upsell: add it to your top-level package, use it as an incentive for clients to book, offer it as a distinctive à la carte add-on, and present it as a piece of viral marketing showing off your work. Designed to spotlight your Senior, and to tell their story, this template is ideal for save-the-dates for a graduation party - or as an electronic invitation, or to give to friends and relatives, or to just display at home (imagine a framed and matted cover hanging in their dorm room!). The Senior magazine can also be viewed online as a modern digital presentation or emailed as a digital download. Preparing the template is a snap with our professionally designed client questionnaire, written specifically to correspond with the magazine's layout. The magazine's three included logos, all customizable with your Senior's name, will wow your Seniors the minute they see it! And to follow up, you can use the beautiful invitation template to design their hard copy press Graduation announcements! Include a link to their Senior Session slideshow and watch the referrals roll on in! Special thanks to Brittney Kluse Photography, Spanki Mills Photography and Kristina Young Photography for the lovely sample images. Click here to check it out in the shop!




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